More than a decade after retiring as a player, Detlef Schrempf is still a beloved figure in the Pacific Northwest. He’s kept himself busy in the Seattle area as the Business Development Officer at Coldstream Capital Management while also running his charity, the Detlef Schrempf Foundation.
Now, the former Washington standout and three-time NBA All-Star is back in the hoops spotlight as a new college basketball analyst for the Pac-12 Network. After appearing as himself in three episodes of NBC’s “Parks and Recreation,” Schrempf should have no trouble dealing with stage fright at his new gig.
Schrempf isn’t the only name at the Pac-12 Network that basketball fans of the conference will recognize. Other new analysts for the network include:
- Don MacLean: Former UCLA star and the Pac-12’s all-time leading scorer
- Ernie Kent: Former Oregon player and head coach
- Brevin Knight: Former Stanford All-American point guard
- Lamar Hurd: Former Oregon State guard
- Joe Cravens: Former Utah coach
- Matt Muehlebach: Former Arizona guard
Schrempf was a two-time All-Pac-10 performer with the Huskies before being drafted sixth overall by the NBA’s Dallas Mavericks in 1985. He played in the NBA until 2001, mostly with the Indiana Pacers and Seattle SuperSonics. Detlef Schrempf profile